Am 03.07.2015 um 02:34 schrieb toki:
On 07/02/2015 08:34 PM, Andreas Mantke wrote:
I'm looking for your feedback.
a) Can you create a category for Colour Palettes, Hatching Palettes,
and the rest of the objects that live in ~/config.
The add-on is very flexible. The site admin could add as much categories
and LibreOffice versions as he likes or the user/contributors requests.
That could be done on the fly.
This is for extensions such as Parabolic Colour Palette.
(I thought that there was one that included Pantone Colours, but that
might be in the AOO repository.)
b) Is the new configuration going to include, or exclude extensions that
have no release:
* Chinese Punctuation TW
is one example.
is another example, albeit source code is offered.
Could you please explain a bit more in detail what you propose for new
Should they have a release before they will be published?
Should projects with no release during the last year or another time
period send a warning to the owner?
Should the website send a message to the project owner that a new
version of LibreOffice has been added?
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